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ANZ Bank NZ appoints new Treasurer

ANZ Bank New Zealand Ltd (ANZ NZ) today announced it has appointed Penny Dell as Treasurer.

Ms Dell joined ANZ in 2005 and has served as ANZ NZ’s Head of Asset and Liability Management since 2018, where she has been responsible for liquidity and funding management, including the execution and hedging of ANZ NZ’s funding programmes.

Prior to that, she held senior Treasury and Markets roles including Director, Short-Term Assets and Funding, and worked for several years as a trader in ANZ NZ’s interest rate trading team.

She replaces Paul Daley, who retires at the end of February after 25 years with the bank.

ANZ NZ Chief Financial Officer Stewart Taylor said Ms Dell’s proven experience in the New Zealand financial markets and her knowledge of liquidity, funding and the regulatory environment make her the ideal person to lead the treasury function for New Zealand’s biggest bank.

“We’re delighted to have somebody of Penny’s calibre in this key role as we guide the bank through the current challenging environment, and position ANZ to support our customers as the world returns to a more normal footing.”

Ms Dell has a Bachelor in Commerce and Administration, majoring in Economics, from Victoria University of Wellington.

She lives in Wellington with her family, and will start her new role in February.



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